Other Notes: This game can also be played under the $29.99 (per month) SOE Station Access subscription. This subscription includes access to: EverQuest, EverQuest 2, Pirates of the Burning Sea, Planetside, Star Wars Galaxies, Vanguard: Saga of Heroes, EverQuest Online Adventures, and Free Realms.
5. cozyquest – looks like the current site is down.
1. dungeon hunter ending – Dungeon Hunter was a great time waster. My biggest complaint was that the inventory system seemed needlessly complicated. Otherwise, the ending was satisfying for what little story there was.
2. cozyquest itunes – CozyQuest will forever be a dream unrealized by its creator. Deal with it.
3. auction house external site warcraft – While this feature has yet to be launched, I’m at least interested to see how popular this feature will turn out to be. Will work as we know it be forever altered? Probably not.
While on a Spanish trip to Puebla, Mexico, during my college years, I happened to borrow Donald Miller’sBlue Like Jazzfrom a fellow traveler. At the time, I remember being at a point in my life where Christianity felt stale to me. Too many many people claiming to have this revolutionary Jesus and yet no one living like Him. I felt alone in a sea of hypocrisy and blandness. Blue Like Jazz, came along at a time when I needed a breath of fresh air. The book showed me a world in which being a Christian isn’t about legalism but about truly living for God in a real way. I suddenly didn’t feel as alone as I had before.
I am unsure if Miller’s new book will speak to me (or you, dear readers) in the same way.Below you will find the first thirty pages of Donald Miller’s new book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years.
Like the ebb and flow of the tides, gaming seems to come and go in my life with regularity. Lately I’ve been playing the following:
World of Warcraft -I have recently hit level 52 with my druid Night Elf, Arclight (Stormscale server). I am also currently looking for a good casual guild. Any suggestions?
Dragon Quest IV – I am now in the final chapter of the game. This chapter is said to be the longest…and it is so far. No joke.
Dungeon Hunter – Currently on the last boss. Game has been pretty good thus far. Although I am questioning, now that I am at the end of the game, how one justifies spending $8 for a few short hours of gameplay. Gaming on the iDevice is like riding a roller coaster, short and expensive (admission ticket wise).
That is it for this weeks Surf Report. Make sure to comment below and have a good week!
Welcome to my second journal for iPhone/iPod Touch app Dungeon Hunter. Every once in a blue moon I’ll post an update on my progress through the game. Be sure to check back often!
The town of Thamos quickly gave way to the South Road, and soon I found myself engaging in blade-to-blade negotiations with the bandits that ruled over it. Turns out that the bandits had stolen some cargo belonging to one of the towns inhabitants. Being the awesome guy that I am (or that my character is), I stormed into the Bandit’s Lair and dispatched the villains immediately. After that, I killed creatures in the Thamos Well, explored the Windmill searching for a fairy*, and searched the Catacombs and Cathedral for relics.
*I should note at this point that the fairy subplot was sprung on my quite unexpectedly. I had originally thought that the fairy which had awoken my character in the beginning of the game, Celest, would only serve to function in a Navi sort of role. I was wrong in my assumption. Instead, fairies serve as an Area of Effect (AoE) attack to damage multiple enemies at the same time. In my travels thus far, I have obtained three fairies: 1.) Celest, lightening bolts, 2.) Wetty, ice storm, 3.) Windy, hurricane.
The music is quite good! I actually want to play with headphones.
Catacombs and Cathedral share common art assets (walls, lamps, etc.).
Button control for selecting secondary attacks is not as responsive as it should be (ie attacks are hard to cycle between).
I had to retread the opening level (Catacombs) to obtain an item. While this is a clever reuse of a completed area, I am hoping that this is not something that is repeated throughout the game.
Loading is sometimes long. However, loading is not present once in-game
Welcome to my first journal for iPhone/iPod Touch app Dungeon Hunter. Every once in a blue moon I’ll post an update on my progress through the game. Be sure to check back often!
Charting in at #17 of the Top Paid Apps this week, Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter (link will open iTunes) seeks to fill the hack-and-slash hole in every gamers heart.
Now I have to admit that the $6.99 price tag left me a bit reluctant to try out this Diablo clone. So, I decided to check out a few reviews before jumping into the fray.
This better be good.
Selecting a new game, I quickly chose from the three available character classes (Warrior, Rogue, and Mage) and was introduced to the game’s storyline via cinematic.
Fullmetal Alchemist taught me that resurrecting loved ones never ends well.
Death cannot stop what has be prophesized.
And thus our story begins...
I then battled my way through the Catacombs only to find out that our hero had been dead for quite sometime. After laying waste to some undead, I ventured forth into the town of Thamos. That is a story for another day, however.
Perhaps Thamos holds the key...
Thoughts so far:
I like the game so far, but I question the longevity of it holding my attention (as with any app). We’ll see.
The opening cinematics are quite impressive.
I have to keep telling myself that this isn’t Hero of Sparta due to its graphics.
The gameplay, controls, and music are all excellent thus far.
I would love a button to constantly mash versus a flat touch screen. Gaming on the iDevice…